The BYU School of Music presents live streaming for selected concerts. See the live stream schedule below. Streaming begins about two minutes prior to the posted performance time. Click on a play button below (video or audio). The stream also plays on mobile devices.
Please note that we can’t guarantee a smooth technical performance with the equipment we have in-house at the moment. We provide the service as a courtesy. Thanks for your patience as we work to improve this service.
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Wednesday, Mar. 11
BYU’s big band jazz ensemble, conducted by Ray Smith, performs a combination of swing, blues, jazz, Latin, and fusion styles of music from a variety of eras, including more contemporary composers.
Tuesday, Mar. 17
BYU’s outstanding Philharmonic Orchestra is joined with renowned soloist, conductor, and teacher Lynn Harrell on the cello to perform some of the most famous music in history, including Cello Concerto in B minor by Dvořák and Overture to Benvenuto Cellini by Berlioz.
Thursday, Mar. 19
BYU’s Chamber Orchestra performs several renowned masterpieces throughout history under the direction of Kory Katseanes, including Overture to Impressario by Mozart and Symphony No. 1 by Beethoven.
Friday, Mar. 20
BYU Men’s Chorus, the largest collegiate men’s choir in the United States, performs a variety of choral works, from more historical eras to contemporary choral pieces. The choir is directed by Rosalind Hall.
Saturday, Mar. 21
BYU’s Women’s Chorus, under the direction of Jean S. Applonie, performs a diverse repertoire extending from medieval and renaissance works to more modern masterpieces.
Tuesday, Mar. 24
BYU’s Jazz Ensemble, conducted by Mark Ammons, is sure to entertain and amuse with a program of jazz favorites from the past as well as more contemporary works.
BYU Singers 30th
Friday, Mar. 27
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the world-renowned BYU Singers. Performing classical as well as contemporary works under the direction of Ronald Staheli, the choir has gained the reputation of being one of the finest university choirs in the United States.
Saturday, Apr. 4
Conducted by Christian Smith, BYU’s Symphony Orchestra performs musical masterpieces from nearly every time period in each of their estimated two concerts per semester.
Tuesday, Apr. 7
An evening of works performed by BYU’s Percussion Ensemble and Panoramic Steel, directed by Ron Brough, as well as Gamelan Bintang Wahyu, directed by Jeremy Grimshaw.
Thursday, Apr. 9
BYU Wind Symphony, under the direction of Don Peterson, consists of BYU’s finest woodwind, brass, and percussion musicians performing contemporary and classical pieces from composers around the world.
Friday, Apr. 10
BYU’s Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Kory Katseanes, performs well-loved pieces, such as Wagner’s Overture to Die Meistersinger and Symphony No. 5 by Prokofiev.
Saturady, Apr. 11
BYU’s Symphonic Band, conducted by Kirt Saville, performs several masterpieces from more historic periods, as well as from more modern composers, periodically containing the works of faculty and students composers.